Archive for January, 2016

The Hunt For The Southside Kleptomaniac Continues

A kleptorobber suspect who is terrorizing local businesses is sought for multiple armed robberies, discharging his weapon, a carjacking and shooting a 22-year-old man at a Southside Denny’s Restaurant.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

January 31, 2016

Milwaukee, WI – A lone unmasked male suspected of committing multiple armed robberies at local Southside businesses, a carjacking and shooting a 22-year-old man at a Southside Denny’s Restaurant is sought by police. The kleptorobber suspect also is suspected of robbing the Backdraught Bar at the 3600 block of S. Clement Ave., the Last Drop Restaurant at the 1900 block of S. 15th Street and Reynas Bar at the 600 block of W. Harrison in the Southside.
The suspects not only robs the cash register at businesses, but customers too, according to business patrons. The Backdraught released a photo of the alleged suspect describing him as a Hispanic male with Puerto Rican accent.
Last Thursday, the suspect walked into a Denny’s Restaurant at the 4900 block of S. Howell Ave. around 3:15 a.m. and stole an undetermined amount of money from the cash register. The suspect also shot a 22-year-old victim who works at Denny’s as a waiter and was taken to a local hospital for treatment of a non-life threatening gunshot wound, according to police.
The mother of the 22-year-old victim says, that at least ten people were inside the restaurant and none of them helped her son. The suspect took her son in the back and while back there, no one managed to call police until the suspect had shot her son and he had left, according to the victim’s mother. The suspect held a gun on the victim’s head and the victim struggled with suspect when he was shot.
A cook did managed to run out the back door and the exit alarm went off. The cook ran to a nearby McDonald’s restaurant at the 100 block of W. Layton Ave. and called police.
The same armed suspect was involved in several robberies and a carjacking as well, he robbed a business at the 2500 block of S. 6th Street at 1:20 a.m., then went to a second business at the 2000 block of S. 8th Street at 1:35 a.m. and demanded money. After receiving money, he fled on foot.
At about 2:00 a.m., the same suspect pulled a gun at a 28-year-old man and stole his 2002 Isuzu Axiom. The suspect then fled in the vehicle and later robbed the Denny’s Restaurant on S. Howell Ave.

Update: Police believe the same klpetorobber went to Chivas Bar, 644 S. 9th Street around 2:20 a.m. on January 31. The suspect drank a beer, robbed the bar including the patrons, then fired at least three gunshots at a camera surveillance monitor and fled. No one was injured. Police released a video surveillance of the suspect to try an identity him.
The suspect is described as a Hispanic male, 23-30 years-old, and 5’8”-6’ tall and has a tattoo on his left side of the neck.

Video: Armed kleptorobber struck Chivas Bar, robbed bar and patrons https://youtu.be/ys74n75r5qM

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Hugo Martinez Arrested In Connection With The Austin Ramos Jr. Homicide In Beloit

Martinez was one of four suspects sought in the homicide of a 5-year-old Beloit boy.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

January 30, 2016

Beloit, WI – On Thursday, Beloit police confirmed that Hugo Martinez, 18, of Beloit was taken into custody just hours after releasing his photo and information that connected him with the homicide of Austin Ramos Jr., 5, from Beloit on January 22. Martinez is facing a felony charged for party to a crime, according to Interim Beloit Chief of Police David B. Zibolski. Ramos Jr. was buried on Friday in Beloit.
Another suspect, Isaac William Torres, 24, was taken into custody last Tuesday in McHenry County, Illinois in connection with the Ramos Jr. homicide. Torres was wanted in Rock County, Wisconsin for a felony substantial battery charge and is expected to be extradited to Wisconsin.
Two other suspects, Eric Salazar-Mota, 21, and Sergio Ortiz-Raygoza, 23, aka, “Checko” are also wanted as persons of interest in connection with Ramos Jr.’s murder. Chief Zibolski during a prior press conference reported that Torres, Mota and Raygoza are known gang members and could be connected to another homicide in Beloit as well.
Mota and Raygoza are sought by federal and state authorities on felony warrants for flight to avoid prosecution. Raygoza is wanted in Rockford, Illinois for a felony weapons charge. Mota is wanted for a felony substantial battery charge, child abuse and fleeing a police officer, according to court records.
Chief Zibolski says a joint force composed of the U.S. Marshals Service, FBI, ATF, McHenry County, IL and the Rock County Sheriff’s Office have been working with the Beloit Police Department to solve the Ramos Jr. homicide case.
Ramos Jr. was shot in the stomach by gunfire from the suspects while he was riding in the rear seat of Austin Ramos Sr., his father’s vehicle. Ramos Jr. later died at the Beloit Memorial Hospital.

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Oaxaca Family And Baby Murdered By Mexican Criminal Group

Photo of murdered victims including baby goes viral on social networks.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

January 30, 2016

Pinotepa Nacional, Oaxaca, Mexico – Oaxaca state homicide investigators confirmed that a group of armed suspects believed to belong to a local criminal group or a Mexican drug cartel were responsible for the brutal murder of a 7-month-old child, a teenager and an adult in the municipality of Pinotepa Nacional, a regional coastal town in Oaxaca. The victims were as identified as Juan Alberto Pano Ramos, 24, from Pinotepa Nacional, his wife Alba Isabel Colón, 17, from Collantes and 7-month-old Marco Miguel Pano Colón.
The Oaxaca State Criminal Investigation Agency (OSCIA) reported, that on Friday around 8:40 p.m., Ramos and his family were fatally shot just outside of the Vig’s store located across from the Bachillerato Tecnológico de Agropecuario by unknown suspects. Ramos was carrying his son in his arms when they were fatally shot.
The suspects shot the victims with a 38 Caliber weapon and then fled from the scene, according to the OSCIA.
Ramos and his family were residing at the Porvenir de Pinotepa neighborhood near the corner of Oriente and 14 Poniente Streets. Ramos sold fish tacos at the central marketplace, according to authorities.
The homicide investigation is ongoing.
In another unrelated homicide iinvestigation, the OSCIA reported that on Friday, a 14-year-old girl and her 40-year-old father were fatally shot in the municipality of Miahuatlan de Profirió Diaz in Oaxcaca by unknown suspects. The 39-year-old mother of the girl was the lone survivor and was transported to a local medical center for treatment of her gunshot injuries.

Update:

The OSCIA investigation indicates that Juan Alberto Pano Ramos, 24, and his family, a teenage wife and son were walking along with Isidro González Geronimo who used the aliases Victor Enrique de la Paz Velasquez “El Isis” when they were targeted and shot by unknown suspects. Apparently, Ramos worked for El Isis who operated a drug distribution business disguised as a Tortilla making business. Isis was wanted in connection with multiple kidnappings and homicides in the region, according to OSCIA.
OSCIA confirmed that El Isis was also shot along with the Ramos family and was taken to a local hospital and dropped off by the door. El Isis later died at the hospital as a result of his injuries. OSCIA went to where Isis resided and found a black SUV believed to have been used to transport Isis to the hospital. At the Isis residence, four suspects were taken into custody, Abacuc Quiroz Riveros, 41, from El Carrizo, Manuel García Casanova, 47, from Marquelia Guerrero and Isis’s brother Juan Carlos González Gerónimo, 36, also from Marquelia Guerrero. The suspects worked for El Isis in the drug operation and the OSCIA claims that a rival criminal group located El Isis walking along with the Ramos family and ambused them.
No one has been arrested in the Ramos family and El Isis homicide.

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FBI And Best Friends Setup Alleged Milwaukee Terrorist Samy Mohamed Hamzeh

Family members of alleged Milwaukee terrorist created a Facebook page to tell their side of the story.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

January 28, 2016

Milwaukee, WI — The family of alleged Milwaukee terrorist, Samy Mohamed Hamzeh, 23, have created a Facebook (FB) page “Samy Hamzeh is not a terrorist” to tell their side of the story and alleged that the FBI and his two best friends (FBI informants) set him up and even brain washed him for five months into plotting a massacre and buying machine guns to commit mass murder in Milwaukee. Family members say, that Hamzeh’s best friends are the real criminals in this case. Hamzeh worked several jobs and helped support his family and wasn’t to religious or an extremist as being claimed by the FBI. He was recently terminated from his latest job.
According to the family, Hamzeh was led to believe he was part of a mass murder plot to kill at least 30 defenseless victims at the Humphrey Scottish Rite Masonic Center located at N. Van Buren and E. Wells Street.
Hamzeh appeared in federal court and told the judge that the allegations and charges against him were not true and he wasn’t guilty. Hamzeh, if convicted is facing 10 years in a federal prison for possession of several machine guns and silencers on each count.
The federal criminal indictment included transcript’s of FBI recorded conversations between Hamzeh and his two best friends.

● “We want two machine guns, you now have one, so we want two more, and we need three silencers, that’s it. Find out how much all together these will cost, and then we will march.”

● “We want two, like the machine gun you have. . . . And we need silencers. . . . Three, yes three silencers, and that’s it.”

● “. . . each one has a weapon, each one has a silencer gun, the operation will be one hundred percent successful. I am telling you, to go without silencer gun, you will be exposed from the beginning.”

Hamzeh also explained to CS1 and CS2 (his best friends) that, when they executed the attack at the temple, one of the three of them would have to stay at the main door while the others went upstairs to kill the people who would be meeting there:

● “one of us will stay at the door at the entrance and lock the door down, he will be at the main door down, two will get to the lift up, they will enter the room, and spray everyone in the room. The one who is standing downstairs will spray anyone he finds. We will shoot them, kill them and get out. We will walk and walk, after a while, we will be covered as if it is cold, and we’ll take the covers off and dump them in a corner and keep on walking, as if nothing happened, as if everything is normal. But one has to stand on the door, because if no one stood at the door, people will be going in and out, if people came in from outside and found out what is going on, everything is busted.”

● “As long as the one on the door understands he has bigger responsibility than the others. For your information, he has to take care of everyone around him, the comers and the one that wants to go, he has to annihilate everyone, there is no one left, I mean when we go into a room, we will be killing everyone, that’s it, this is our duty, as for the one at the door, he must have 20/20 eye vision and always alert for all the traffic around him.”

● “I am telling you, as I was saying, all three of us get in together, one will go, to the one that is staying at the reception . . . . If she was alone, it is okay, if there were two of them, shoot both of them, do not let the blood show, shoot her from the bottom, two or three shots in her stomach and let her sit on the chair and push her to the front, as if she is sleeping, did you understand? Then stay downstairs, the other two will take the lift to the third floor, go directly to the room, open the door, shoot everyone, move fast even avoiding the lift and take the stairs running down. . . . Using the stairs, the third one on the door will notice us coming down, we will go out together. No one sees anything and no one knows anything. We leave, as if there is nothing, no running, no panic, just regular walking. We’ll get three head covers with three holes in them. . . . we’ll get in all three of us together, the minute we get in, we shoot whoever is in front of us, and all have to be eliminated. One stays down and two will go up quickly.

● “And we will eliminate everyone.”

Hamzeh also explained what his objectives were in committing the attack:

● “I am telling you, if this hit is executed, it will be known all over the world. . . . Sure, all over the world, all the Mujahedeen will be talking and they will be proud of us. . . such operations will increase in America, when they hear about it. The people will be scared and the operations will increase, and there will be problems all over, because more than one problem took place, and this will be the third problem, this will lead to people clashing with each other. This way we will be igniting it. I mean we are marching at the front of the war.”

● “They are all Masonic; they are playing with the world like a game, man, and we are like asses, we don’t know what is going on, these are the ones who are fighting, these are the ones that needs to be killed, not the Shi’iat, because these are the ones who are against us, these are the ones who are making living for us like hell.”

● “Thirty is excellent.If I got out, after killing thirty people, I will be happy 100%. . . . 100% happy, because these 30 will terrify the world.” The federal indictment stated in transcripted conversations between Hamzeh and the two FBI informants.

Samy’s brother, Loui Hamzeh posted the following comment on FB (original posting grammar was kept), “My brother is a grate loving person he love’s his family friends and country since he was a young boy he wanted to live and stay in the States he is a hard worker and was working two jobs most of his time’s, as any young man he without an education he tried to find a god job that provides him good wage, his family moved in with him before couple of years and he was the only worker in the house he bought food paid the bills and provided all what his family needed the only problem he had is that he trusted people too fast as you can see the two unmentioned FBI informers that everyone is talking about are Sami’s best friends these two sick people gained my brother’s trust, they where hanging out together for a couple of years, they are the real criminals the deal they did with the FBI was to convince and brain wash him.
“Yes Sami was very sensitive about what’s happening in the west bank and he used to express his feelings in front his friends like everyone does, this was the reason he was chosen, a 23 year old boy that has nothing to do except changing jobs and watching action films made him a perfect target, ofcorce they needed time to brain wash him, five months of everyday chatting about the same mission will click anybody on.”The funny thing that Sami dose not know anything about masons, like who they are and what do they stand for, he even visited the west bank several time’s before i mean in the heart of Israel nothing happened then why????
“We are a relejus Muslim family so we know that Islam forbiddes killing, a Muslims never hurts people animals or even trees its a peaceful religion, so was Samy a peaceful man, lots of people new Samy all around ask them, im sure they will tell you, he never was arrested or conducted a crime, i know that he is lost now he needs help someone to hold his hand and show him the right way.

please give us our son back.”

For more information about “Samy Hamzeh is not a terrorist” Facebook page, go to following link http://bit.ly/1nrux9B

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Suspect Sought For Shooting Victim, Carjacking And Armed Multiple Robberies In Milwaukee

Police are looking for a siuspect who shot a 22-year-old man at a Southside Denny’s Restaurant.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

January 28, 2016

Milwaukee, WI – On Thursday, an armed male suspect walked into a Denny’s Restaurant at the 4900 block of S. Howell Ave. around 3:15 a.m. and stole an undetermined amount of money from the cash register. The suspect also shot a 22-year-old victim who was taken to a local hospital for treatment of a non-life threatening gunshot wound, according to police.
The same armed suspect was involved in several robberies and a carjacking as well, he robbed a business at the 2500 block of S. 6th Street at 1:20 a.m., then went to a second business at the 2000 block of S. 8th Street at 1:35 a.m. and demanded money. After receiving money, he fled on foot.
At about 2:00 a.m., the same suspect pulled a gun at a 28-year-old man and stole his 2002 Isuzu Axiom. The suspect then fled in the vehicle.
On Wednesday in an unrelated incident, a 31–year-old man was found deceased inside a stolen black Dodge Caravan around 7:05 a.m. at the 1600 block of S. 24 Street. Police confirmed, that a homicide investigation was initiated in this case.

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Milwaukee Municipal Judge Derek Mosley Holds Court At Washington High School

A Milwaukee municipal judge held a court session at a local high school to reach juveniles who skipped court dates.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

January 28, 2016

Milwaukee, WI – On Thursday, City of Milwaukee Municipal Judge Derek Mosley announced that he held a court session at the Washington High School, since juveniles had skipped court dates. Judge Mosley posted on his Facebook account, “Juveniles haven’t been showing up for court lately, so we brought the court to them. Needless to say, they were shocked. Some freaked out and left the building. The majority of them handled their business. We have to engage these youth early, before it’s too late.”
Judge Mosley confirmed that only warrants were lifted and no warrants were issued for juveniles.

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Isaac W. Torres In Custody, Two Sought In Connection With Austin Ramos Jr.’s Homicide

Beloit police confirmed at least one suspect detained and two other suspects sought for 5-year-old boy homicide.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

January 28, 2016

Beloit, WI – On Wednesday, Beloit police confirmed that Isaac William Torres, 24, was taken into custody Tuesday in McHenry County, Illinois in connection with the homicide of Austin Ramos Jr., 5, on January 22. Torres was wanted in Rock County, Wisconsin for a felony substantial battery charge and is expected to be extradited to Wisconsin.
Two other suspects, Eric Salazar-Mota, 21, and Sergio Ortiz-Raygoza, 23, aka, “Checko” are also wanted as persons of interest in connection with Ramos Jr.’s murder. Interim Beloit Chief of Police David B. Zibolski in a press conference confirmed that Torres, Mota and Raygoza are known gang members and could be connected to another homicide in Beloit as well.
Mota and Raygoza are sought by federal and state authorities on felony warrants for flight to avoid prosecution. Raygoza is wanted in Rockford, Illinois for a felony weapons charge. Mota is wanted for a felony substantial battery charge, child abuse and fleeing a police officer, according to court records.
Chief Zibolski says a joint force composed of the U.S. Marshals Service, FBI, ATF, McHenry County, IL and the Rock County Sheriff’s Office have been working with the Beloit Police Department to solve the Ramos Jr. homicide case.
Ramos Jr. was shot in the stomach by gunfire from the suspects while he was riding in the rear seat of Austin Ramos Sr., his father’s vehicle. Ramos Jr. later died at the Beloit Memorial Hospital.
Chief Zibolski says, that Ramos Sr. had prior gang affiliation and an outstanding felony warrant for a burglary charge and the case is still pending in a Rock County court. 
Zibolski hasn’t confirmed, if Ramos Sr. was the intended target and the investigation is ongoing.

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